California’s public schools continue to lay-off teachers, and the process by which they do this is as convoluted and illogical as one would expect in a bureaucratic system in which the needs of the students falls fairly low on the list of priorities. Steven Greenhut says it’s time to stop tinkering around the edges of this failing system and instead start redesigning it from the ground up.
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